Much to tell you right away, it will bemuch question of Google Nexus in this test. Two months later, theTaiwanese manufacturer announced during the Mobile World Congress inBarcelona in February it would launch the HTC Desire, an Androidsmartphone with features almost identical to the Nexus. As you cansee, HTC has reused the same mold, changing only very few things inpassing.
The dimensions are almost identicalwith 119 x 60 x 11.9 mm x 119 against the Desire 59.8 x 11.5 mm forthe Google branded smartphone.One of the main changes is thedisappearance of the ball of navigation, here replaced by an opticaltrackpad.
Otherwise, the Desire is a smartphonethat runs Android, in its latest version to date, ie the 2.1. Themanufacturer has added a custom interface home, the famous HTC Sense.Inside is a processor running at 1GHz Snapdragon QSD8250 that drivesthe debate. It is flanked by 576 MB of RAM (memory) and 512MB of ROM(internal memory). All displayed on a bright 3.7-inch AMOLED screen,with 16 million displayable colors and a resolution of 480 x 800pixels. To adjust the display depending on the position of the phone,it also embeds an accelerometer and a proximity sensor.